What’s the Difference?

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Shoeing a horse versus going barefoot has probably been an ongoing argument since the first day a horse sandal was made by braiding dry grasses together. It’s quite common to be skeptical of innovation....

RB Kindle: When Hoof Care Gets Personal

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All horses – not just the great ones – deserve the opportunity to have good feet. If your horse has underrun heels, long toes, and challenging feet, don't despair. You are not stuck with...

Hoof Prosthetics: Prince’s Unlikely Hoof

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Submitted by Philip HimankaIn March 2016, a miniature horse gelding named “Prince” was diagnosed by Colorado State University veterinarians with right coxofemoral joint luxation (dislocation of the femur head from the hip socket, disrupting...

The Little Things

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This time of year, mixed in with all of the holiday busyness, I found myself thinking again of how it is that all the little things add up to the bigger thing. It's the...

Under Pressure – Dealing with an Abscess (Part Two)

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Submitted by EasyCare Product Specialist, Kelsey LobatoAfter discovering an abscess and finding out the cause, start treatment and possibly a prevention program. The treatment program will depend on the type of abscess your horse...

Tale of Two Icelandic Ponies

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Submitted by: Chris Kreuger, an EasyCare Dealer and Hoof Care Practitioner.Adam and Frothie are 2 unrelated Icelandic ponies who live together in Eastern New York State. They live in a nearly perfect environment for...

Under Pressure – Discovering A Hoof Abscess (Part One)

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Submitted by EasyCare Product Specialist, Kelsey Lobato.An abscess is a bacterial infection of the connective tissues between the hoof wall and the sole of the hoof. Abscesses can be triggered from a number of causes,...

Easyboot Glove is a Boot of Many Uses

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Submitted by Easyboot User, Ellie Fant, horse rider in the A&E Horseboarding Team.I wanted to share some pictures of our team competing in Easyboot Gloves with studs. We are the first team nationally to...

Share Your Adventure March Winner: 2017 Division One Trail Rider and the Easyboot Epics.

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Submitted by Easyboot Customer, Robin Morris.My partner’s name is Beau. He is an eleven-year-old Quarter Horse Saddle Mule. I absolutely adore him and ride a lot which is probably an understatement. I have logged every...

Adventures of Winter Hoof Keeping: Challenges and Solutions in the Pacific Northwest

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Submitted by Ruthie Thompson-Klein, Equine Balance Hoof CareHere at 48 degrees North, off the coast of Washington, our winters are usually mild and temperate, with lots of wind, occasional brief snow, and plenty of sideways...